BISMARCK — North Dakota employers could see a 50 percent dividend credit from Workforce Safety and Insurance in the coming year.
The board of directors agreed to the rate recommendation at a meeting on Thursday.
By Teri Finneman, Forum Communications Co.
, June 18, 2010
A bank teller from a small North Dakota town says she’s scared and can no longer work after she was held up at gunpoint and left handcuffed on the floor. Now she’s getting robbed by the state workers compensation agency, her lawyer says.
By Dave Kolpack, The Associated Press
, December 19, 2009
Eight months after North Dakota voters gave Gov. John Hoeven the final word on state workers’ compensation rates, employers’ insurance bills are likely to rise as a consequence of the recent bleak market for investments.
By Dale Wetzel, The Associated Press
, June 22, 2009
A former Highway Patrol commander is the new head of Workforce Safety and Insurance and a former agriculture official is deputy director.
Gov. John Hoeven named Bryan Klipfel and Clare Carlson to the top spots at the state workers’ compensation agency Friday. Carlson will also be public affairs officer.
By Janell Cole , N.D. Capitol Bureau
, March 07, 2009
Injured workers who believe Workforce Safety and Insurance made the wrong decision in their cases will now be able to see an attorney who can examine their case, even if they don’t have any money.
Senate Bill 2059 was one of three bills the state Senate passed Friday that offer more aid to injured workers whose cases are handled by Workforce Safety and Insurance.
By Janell Cole, N.D. Capitol Bureau
, January 31, 2009
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